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Michael Rutty

Producer, Arranger, Artist Development & Voice Over Artist

“When you produce an

album, you’re dealing

with it theatrically. It

has to have a structure,

and the inner response

to that is that the ear

loves it.”   

– Quincy Jones

“Song is a great teacher, a great tool,

a brain enhancer, it’s entertainment.  

It’s the soundtrack of life.” 


– Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis  

Jazz-Mic Music Services

Music Producer

Album concept, multi-track recording, hiring of studio musicians, DAW mixing engineers and liaison to label A&R Dept. or film director. Full production services and budget for albums, artist demos, LIVE performances, commercial jingles or TV-Film soundtracks.

Musical Arranger

Broad musical knowledge across multiple genres including, R&B, Jazz, Soul and Pop.   Musical arrangements and orchestration for all instruments. Musical scoring, harmony, transposition and composition.

Artist Development

Mentoring and musical development for up and coming artists. Providing musical “boot camp” and minted “building blocks” approach to develop core vocal dexterity and expand musical repertoire. A former backup vocalist and A&R assistant at PolyGram and Motown records, with an extensive industry rolodex. Negotiation for publishing rights, strategic partnerships and contracts.



Voice Over Artist

For the last 25 years, Michael has been both the spoken and singing voice for many National TV, Radio, animation, industrial film, ads and demos including: Turner Broadcasting’s NIteFlite,Crime Stoppers, Moviefone, American Dairy Farmers, Sears, Frank’s Soda, and KVS Software. He is also an in- demand, Fortune 500 corporate keynote speaker, panelist and evangelist in the Technology, Software and Legal fields.


Recent Production 2019

Michael Rutty


“You know, I always smile when people ask me, like, what is my most favorite song, I

quote Duke Ellington, when they would ask him, what’s his favorite composition?

And I say, I haven’t written it yet. Because, you know, there are different songs for

different occasions.”

– Stevie Wonder